SS19 PARIS PRESENTATION

AW18 PARIS PRESENTATION

AW1617

WORLD ARMY

COMBINING REFERENCES FROM CONCEPTS AS DIVERSE AS THE MILITARY WORLD AND ANCIENT JAPANESE BORO TECHNIQUES, 11BYBBS INTRODUCES A COLLECTION THAT STANDS APART IN IT’S TEXTURES, TECHNIQUES, FABRICS AND PATTERNS.

RESEARCH ON CAMOUFLAGE PATTERNS AND INTERNATIONAL MILITARY HISTORY LED US TO MAKE OUR OWN CONTRIBUTION TO THIS WORLD. BY JUXTAPOSING CAMOUFLAGE DESIGNS FROM AROUND THE WORLD, WE DEVELOPED OUR OWN CAMOUFLAGE PATTERN, MERGING VASTLY DIFFERENT TIME FRAMES AND POLITICAL BACKGROUNDS, WITH THE AIM OF MAKING A UNIVERSAL CAMOUFLAGE THAT UNITES COUNTRIES AND CULTURES WITH A PEACEFUL PURPOSE.

CAMOUFLAGE GRAPHIC ELEMENTS ARE DECONTEXTUALIZED AND APPLIED INDIVIDUALLY, THUS FORMING A NEW IDENTITY, UTILIZING THE TECHNIQUES OF SCREEN PRINTING, EMBROIDERY AND PATCHES APPLIED IN APPLIQUÉ.

USING HIGH TEMPERATURE COATINGS LAYERED OVER GREEN AND BROWN TONES, WE DEVELOPED AN IRREGULAR SPLATTERED TEXTURE SIMILAR TO THE ORGANIC PATTERNS IN CAMOUFLAGE DESIGN.
GARMENTS ARE GIVEN ADDED VALUE AND SUBSTANCE THROUGH OUR CHARACTERISTIC FOCUS ON TREATMENTS. COATINGS, WASHES, AND DYES AIM TO ELEVATE STANDARD COTTONS FABRICS TO ANOTHER LEVEL.

REFERENCING ANCIENT JAPANESE BORO, WE CREATED A SERIES OF BOLD SYMBOLS THAT EXPRESS STRENGTH, INSPIRED BY TRADITIONAL JAPANESE GRAPHICS. SIMPLE RUNNING-STITCH EMBROIDERIES REMINISCENT OF SASHIKO ARE ANOTHER THROUGH LINE OF THE COLLECTION.

ARTWORK THAT PLAYS WITH CONTRASTING PHOTOGRAPHIC TEXTURES IS APPLIED AS WOVEN PATCHES AND A WIDE SCREEN PRINT, A NOD TO PUNK AND HEAVY METAL AESTHETICS.

GRAPHIC COMPOSITIONS SERVE TO REMIX THESE DISTANT INFLUENCES, USING DIFFERENT TECHNIQUES TO CREATE VARIATIONS ON THE THEMES OF THE SEASON.

A LINEUP OF NEW STYLES PROVIDE A FRESH PERSPECTIVE WITH NEW SILHOUETTES, WHILE VETTED PATTERNS CONTRIBUTE TO THE STRENGTH OF THE COLLECTION AND IT’S EXTENSIVE RANGE OF STYLES. A WIDE VARIETY OF FABRICS ARE USED, WITH CASHMERE AND JAPANESE SELVEDGE DENIM TAKING CENTER STAGE. GREEN AND BROWN CAMOUFLAGE PATTERNS ARE THE HIGHLIGHT, HEATHER GREY AND A TOUCH OF ORANGE ROUND OUT THE PALETTE OF THE SEASON.

LONG TERM COLLABORATORS AGAIN LEND THEIR TECHNICAL STRENGTH TO THE LINE. OUR COLLABORATION WITH ORTLIEB OFFERS A FULL RANGE OF ACCESSORIES, FROM A FIRST-AID KIT TO A LARGE TRAVEL TROLLEY. A SNAPBACK CAP COLLECTION WITH NEW ERA, FEATURES INTERCHANGEABLE BRIM DESIGNS. LASTLY, FOLLOWING LAST WINTER’S CAMPAIGN, WE AGAIN JOIN FORCES WITH THE GERMAN MANUFACTURER SEIL MARSHALL FOR A BOOT COLLECTION, THIS TIME TREATED WITH HANDCRAFTED TEXTURES.

SS16

BATALLÓN

11BYBBS looks to latino gang attitude and aesthetic, along with a focus on marine and navy imagery to inform the SS16 collection.

The inspired chromatic choices of black, white, and navy underpin the collection, understanding navy as a tone of black, interpreted through semi-raw denim and black over-dyed navy garments.

Holes are a common thread throughout the collection, as an analogy to bullet hole textures. The holes are expressed in a variety of techniques including laser cut, 3D knit, and hand embroidery. Grommets are placed into the garments as a reference to marine uniforms, forming holes again where applied.

Gold embroidery is elaborated upon as a deconstructed adaptation of marine dress trimming, providing graphic textures. A two middle finger art piece represents the 11 gang sign, which is printed and perforated as a positional graphic throughout the collection.

As with every season, the fabric research is deep and thorough. Rare Japanese denim and indigo dyed fabrics feature prominently, along with a variety of technical materials, ranging from extra light to rigid, emphasize contrasting textures.

Collaborations are led by the bag collection with the German producer Ortlieb, and caps with New Era Headwear.

AW1516

SNOW BLEACH

A FULL MOON NIGHT, HIGH ON AN AUSTRIAN GLACIER, STRIKES A BALANCE BETWEEN ACTION AND THE COLD STILLNESS OF THE MOUNTAINS AT NIGHT.

FOR THIS COLLECTION’S CAMPAIGN WE JOINED FORCES WITH ONE OF THE WORLDS BEST FREESKIERS, TOM LEITNER, A PIONEER OF “NEW SCHOOL” FREERIDING SINCE THE 1990’S.

THE COLLECTION FOCUSES ON CONTRASTING TEXTURES, INSULATING VOLUMES AND AND A VARIETY OF TECHNIQUES AND FINISHES. PATCHES, CHENILLE EMBROIDERY AND PRINTS APPLIED IN STUDIED PLACEMENT FORM A TOPOGRAPHY OF VARYING RELIEF. BLEACH AND IRREGULAR SPLATTERED TEXTURES ADD STRENGTH TO THE VISUAL LANDSCAPE OF THE COLLECTION.

AN EXTENSIVE RESEARCH OF MATERIALS REVEALS NEW QUALITIES OF CASHMERE, FELTED WOOL AND FLANNELS. TECHNICAL FEATURES ARE HIGHLIGHTED BY TRANSPARENT RIPSTOP AND REFLECTIVE OUTER LAYERS.

COLORS RANGE FROM BLACK TO WHITE AND SPOTTED BLEACH ORANGE.

SS15

CHROME BOMB

With the graffiti chrome bombing action as inspiration, the SS15 collection emphasizes visual elements such as outlined patterns, chromed graphics, stunning coated fabrics and elaborated embroideries. For this occasion we teamed up with Alex Fakso, the well known graffiti photographer to shoot the campaign, a perfect match to express the collection concept.

Being loyal to our standards, we stand up for quality functional long-lasting garments, with a solid black/gray/white color palette complemented by chrome coated fabrics give the collection a strong overview highlighted by 3m and block prints.

A large range of fits provide the collection rich layering combinations building up strong statements in silhouettes.

This collection comes again with a collaboration with the german manufacturer Ortlieb adding new models and fabrics, also with a collaboration with the graffiti can supplier pioneer Montana Colors, giving strength to the collection inspirational concept.

AW1415

MEDALS

Unveiling its second winter collection, 11 by Boris Bidjan Saberi draws for this season its inspiration in fascinating military ribbon and medal award realm. Sticking to its military influence, the line walks forward the codified honours chart fusing those contrasted distinctive elements to its own graphical signature; a contemporary vision of decorative recognitions underlining the acuteness of the brand for patterned apparel.

Tricking dimensions preception, a dazzling allover seizes a variation of reverisble bombers, thin cotton tees, removable hoodie sweaters and smart detailed linings. Tailored low crutch pants and plain removable hood sweaters are cut on massive yet minimal geometrical prints, declined in sheer white or tone on tone versions.
Balancing between a hyper sophisticated and essential ornamentation, the collection develops ever more practical silhouettes going alongside a keen focus on tailoring and functional finishes.

SS14

DBDU

Known for its edgy and functional garments, Boris Bidjan Saberi recent line, 11, unveils inspired silhouettes disclosing street influences and military references.
In keeping with its practical approach, the Spring Summer 2014 collection develops a range of long lasting basics yet stamped by a very own and subtle signature.
The urban wardrobe features strong and wearable silhouettes tailored in highest end material, displaying this season, military canvas shirts, mesh tank tops, light jersey tees, removable hooded sweaters and other durable denims.
Breaking with the classical street legacy, the garments reveal
under inspection, a smart play of twisted seams, lowered crutches and curved lines. The innovative focus on details is all four with a singular printing design variation.
Coming in different colour versions, the Spring Summer collection em- braces the shades of the typical desert battle dress uniform (DBDU) camouflage and digs the graphical potential of this military wardrobe essential. Scale experimentations and tone on tone embroideries give to the well-known camo a visionary aesthetical approach.
Breathable, practical and durable, the collection, conceived for day-to-day uses and actual needs, is further underlined by a range of graphical summery accessories.
Ortlieb collaboration comes this season in a black and white version, giving a contrasted aspect to the line of cutting-edge outer products.
11’s second season offers a strong utilitarian collection resulting of a contemporary vision of street wear heritage.

AW1314

R1

BORIS BIDJAN SABERI MOVES ON TO A NEW LINE BASED ON THE SYMBOLIC NUMBER OF THE BRAND.

11 GOES FAR BEYOND A NUMERIC EXPRESSION.

CONNECTS PEOPLE AND IDEAS THROUGH A LIFESTYLE INSPIRED BY STREET CULTURE AND MUSIC.

A STREET MINDED PHILOSOPHY THAT PROVIDES FUNCTIONAL AND DURABLE CLOTHING CONCEIVED FOR A DAILY USE.